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Small bristles make a big contribution



Bristle is an important traditional material

Bristle mainly refers to the long and hard bristles on the back of pigs, and the long and hard bristles on other parts, and those with a length of more than 1.5 inches are also called bristles.

 

Bristle feature

moderate hardness

oily

Rigid and elastic

Humidity and heat resistance

Acid and abrasion resistance

And there are natural fork tips, good adsorption performance, and not easy to deform

 

Bristle is an important strategic material

Before the birth of chemical fiber products, bristles played an irreplaceable role and were an essential raw material for industrial and military brushes. Regardless of the army or the navy, after the artillery is fired several times, it is necessary to use a brush to brush the barrel to remove the residual copper, gunpowder combustion residue, and other dirt in the barrel to improve accuracy and avoid corrosion of the barrel or explosion accidents.

 

Since the raw material of bristle cannot be artificially synthesized, it is a natural product that cannot be replaced by artificial, so the market of natural bristle will continue to thrive.

High-quality bristles in China are in short supply

Brushes made of it (including long-haired brushes) are not easy to bend, coil, and break. They can be used freely when painting paint and can withstand high temperatures, so they are incredibly versatile. It is the primary raw material for industrial and military brushes. It is China's traditional export material, and its export volume ranks first in the world.

 

China is the country that produces the most bristles in the world, and it is also the country that exports the most bristles in the world. The bristles even became the country's strategic materials for a time.

China's bristle production accounts for more than 95% of the world's total production.

 

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